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Kagro in the Morning

Oct 1, 2021

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David Waldman ends the week, begins the month and sends us on our way with a lot to chew on:

What? No agreement in Congress yet? Well, governing is tough stuff, which about half of Congress can attest to. Katie Porter reminds the handful of Dems that don’t know that, this all isn’t about them.

Override the Parliamentarian!” is difficult to fit on a bumper sticker or t-shirt, or into a chant, but it shows that activists are willing to learn how Congress, and spellcheck, work.

Brett Kavanaugh contracted COVID-19, sadly, he remains asymptomatic. Get worse Brett! Meanwhile, the few unvaccinated who quit their jobs end up both unemployed and dead. Easier access to farm supplies seems to be no advantage to rural Americans, who are dying at double the rate of urbans.

100 Americans a day do die from bullet holes. The CDC has determined that this could be a health issue worth studying.

There’s no such thing as a free lunch, at increasingly more schools due to pandemic-related supply chain disruption. Fox hosts rejoice.

John Durham the bounty hunter finally caught his man… Rodney Joffe! Oh, and there was a server called “” communicating between Alfa Bank and Spectrum Health... 

Mr. Pillow and his election denialists were slapped down again in Idaho, but it’ll take a lot more than that to knock the delusions out of those thick skulls.

Alex Jones refused to cooperate with his prosecutors in two Sandy Hook lawsuits. Turns out, the prosecution doesn’t need his help.

Stephanie Grisham describes that, when it came to Covid, foreign policy, the economy, etc., Jared and Ivanka had the keys to Donald Trump’s one brain cell

Members of Congress are using their leadership PACs as their personal expense accounts, because after all they have to keep up appearances.